Does Size Really Matter?
Some women seem to think so, while others are more concerned with a man’s method of delivery as oppose to their actual size. When a woman truly cares for a man, the actual size doesn’t really matter. Women tend to focus more on the confidence and comfort of their partner instead of worrying about their size.
The average size of an erect penis is between 5.5 and 6.2 inches long and between 4.7 and 5.1 inches in girth. Keep in mind that a women’s cervix size and shape varies with the typical vagina being about 4 inches deep. So, with a vagina that small, pretty much any penis would be able to achieve orgasm and pleasure for both. While 90% of women tend to prefer a wider penis than a long one, all agree that skill beats size.
Research has shown that men are the ones that are more concerned with their penis size than women. Men tend to be very competitive when it comes on to satisfying a woman and their source of pride or shame is the size with which their working with. Every penis is different just like the every woman’s breast size is different. This hasn’t stopped men from judging women solely based on size.
A research of more than 50,000 men and women asked to rate their size or the size of their partner found that 85% of women are satisfied with their partners size, while only 55% of men where satisfied with their partners size. Women are often judged by their breast or backside, but in reality, the size of any sexual organ should have no relevance in lovemaking. Men that think size matters on a woman really have no idea what counts in lovemaking and as such should focus on learning new tips, tricks, techniques and positions that can help them maximize the art of lovemaking. See Sex & Swinging for new position you and your partner can try together.
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